Friday, May 15, 2009

Friday, May 15, 2009

Friday, May 15, 2009:
  1. Another alleged American spy, James Wilbur Fondren Jr. You might think he'd need a good defense attorney, or a jury consultant, or expert witnesses, or a private investigator. Nope. The only person who can save him is a genealogist. He has to find a Jewish female somewhere in his direct ancestral line. The Holocaust Defense is the only possible defense against an American espionage charge, and is 100% effective, no matter what you've done.
  2. Speaking of which, the Jews seems to be getting lots of sops from the American government - the AIPACers let off by Obama (and is Larry Franklin ever wishing he was Jewish!), John Demjanjuk sent off for his show trial, 'Jewish American Heritage Month' - but are losing all the big blood-dripping-from-the-fangs issues - no attack on Iran, official American frowning on the usual brutality against the Palestinians, American chatter about two-states (which would require the fateful setting of Israeli borders and the end of Anti-Assimilation-Land), no access to F-35 computers (I guess the Americans don't want to see all their technology next month in Chinese planes!).
  3. The assassination of Eugene Mallove remains unsolved five years later.
  4. Why is it that whenever Americans get into a financial pickle they blame everything on the stupidest of conspiracy theories, 'fractional reserve banking' and the supposed evils of the Federal Reserve? See here, and here, here, here and here. After Bilderberger-phobia, there is no conspiracy theory I hate more.
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